Bain's Cape Mountain Whisky hails from the mountains of the Western Cape in South Africa. It is a single grain whisky that pays tribute to Andrew Geddes Bain, who in 1853 built the Bainskloof Pass that connects the town of Wellington, where the distillery is located, to the interior of the country.

This whisky is inspired by the natural beauty of the Cape Mountains, and is the only whisky to be made solely from South African maize and double-matured in hand-selected, first-fill Bourbon casks. The leopards on the crest of the label represent those that have lived in and roamed the mountains in the area for hundreds of years.

Bain's Cape Mountain Whisky

Golden amber in color, this whisky displays aromas of banana, honey, toasted hazelnut and toffee. It's beautifully balanced on the palate with vanilla, cocoa butter and light spices up front, leading to sweet undertones of oak and coconut cream on the finish.

Balanced, Smooth, Long Finish
Toffee, Vanilla, Cocoa Butter, Coconut